Wednesday, 7 December 2011

The Hunt For Father Christmas



The dark truth of Crimbo.



Merry merry everybody
SBW

7 comments:

Phillip said...

I LOVE the Rare Cargo shorts. They turned it into a full-length feature last year, but it came to San Francisco while I was travelling and I didn't get to see it.

Beautifully dark... especially the very first episode.

justcook said...

Great clips even brought a smile to this old "Humbug" Hope you dont mind I linked them and you on my blog. been reading you for sometime now and enjoy it very much.

The Suburban Bushwacker said...

Phillip

I'll have to look out for that, they're very witty and imaginative
SBW

The Suburban Bushwacker said...

Justcook

Welcome to the campfire, thanks for commenting and linking both are much appreciated. I've added you to my blog roll.
SBW

kmurray said...

So I wonder if flying reindeer taste lighter than your average regular reindeer?

Thanks for the laugh. I so needed it tonight!

Chas Clifton said...

I love the Rare Exports video and its sequel too. Must blog!

Hunting Fever said...

A Merry Cabin makes a Merry Hunt.

Would love to hear any ideas or suggestions to help me come up with some budget cutting ways to furnish/decorate my brother's 1940's built cabin. Want to keep the 40's theme going.

Brother's cabin is decorated mostly in garage sale and hand-me-downs. Lots of cowboy and mountain-y stuff like snowshoes, bin of pinecones, antlers, lanterns, beer steins, pictures of mountain animals, Christmas lights acoss the mantle, branding iron, cukoo clock, handmade quilts and afghans--anything they enjoy, fits the theme and is cheap, except the mounted jackalope which was purchased at great expense. The idea is to furnish the place with things the family enjoy and not spend a fortune.

As a nice Christmas touch, I outlined the outside of the cabin door with shotgun shell christmas lights (you can pick them up --> www.shotgunshellchristmaslights.com). Also strung them around our little butcher-block bar. Really warms things up next to the crossed snow shoes on the wall.